Crafting the Perfect Road Trip Playlist

 

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by John Ellis

What makes a good road trip playlist?

Over the years, I’ve been asked that question multiple times. Even more frequently, I’ve been asked what songs should be included on a road trip playlist. Well, this summer, I’ve been asking myself those same questions as I compile a road trip playlist for my family. Below are a few general rules that I’ve given myself as I’ve put my nose to the grindstone of the all important task of planning my family’s road trip playlist. After the rules, I’ve included some sample songs from my family’s playlist and my reason(s) for including them.

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Visiting DC

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by John Ellis

Last year, about this time, I wrote a guide from the perspective of a local to help tourists plan their trip to DC. Since today is the first day of spring and spring and summer vacations are right around the corner, I’ve updated the article. I also have another article about hidden gems of DC that I’ll update in the next day or two.

Click the link below to help you plan your DC vacation:

https://adayinhiscourt.com/2016/03/14/a-locals-guide-to-visiting-dc/

Hidden Gems of Washington DC

 

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by John Ellis

My Local’s Guide to DC was a long attempt to help tourists who want the stereotypical DC vacation. And there’s nothing wrong with that. The many sights and things to do that are highlighted in the previous post are truly wonderful and have the ability to help create an incredible family vacation. However, DC is a really large city with a lot of stuff to do that many tourists aren’t even aware exists; or, if they are aware, overlook. This post is my attempt to help those DC tourists who desire to see the DC that’s not on the beaten path, so to speak. Of course, with a city like DC, it is impossible for me to list everything. Not to mention the fact that there are many things in DC that I have yet to explore and enjoy myself.

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